Katherine released a video statement, shot in Arizona before she left to return home, in which she insists she has not been held against her will, as her children -- Janet, Jermaine and others -- hovered over her. Take a look.
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris was thankful to have her grandmother home, tweeting, "grandma's here! #thankyougod 5 hours of sleep last night, been awake for 23 ... time to #hibernate."
Michael Jackson’s nephew, T.J. Jackson, has been named temporary guardian of the late pop star’s three children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket.TMZ reports a Los Angeles judge granted guardianship to T.J., 34-year-old son of Tito Jackson, after T.J. petitioned in the absence of his grandmother, Katherine, who had been in Arizona, allegedly under doctor's orders.
Michael Jackson’s brother, Randy Jackson, talked with “Good Morning America” Wednesday morning and said his mother, Katherine, was headed back to L.A. after spending some quiet time in Arizona.
Cops were called Monday to the Calabasas home of Katherine Jackson on a domestic disturbance claim, reports TMZ, but no arrests were made.
This latest incident is a continuation of major drama within the Jackson family, which began Sunday when reports surfaced that matriarch Katherine Jackson, the guardian of Michael’s three children – Prince, Paris and Blanket – had gone missing.
Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine, was reported missing over the weekend, but authorities have since confirmed that she is safe and staying with a family member in Arizona.
"Extra's" Michael Corbett visited the lavish, $25-million Bel Air palace Michael Jackson was negotiating to buy right before his untimely death in June 2009.
The 20,000 square foot, 15 bedroom, 16 bathroom mansion was modeled after the White House and Versailles. Coldwell-Banker agent Sally Forster Jones said Jackson "just walked in and gasped. He heard about it the property, came to view it and loved it, loved every aspect of it."
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On the third anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, daughter Paris paid tribute via her Twitter account Monday morning.
Paris switched from homeschooling to attend high school, and encountered some bullying. "People have tried [to bully], but it doesn't always work," Paris told Oprah in the interview that aired on "Oprah's Next Chapter.” "At school… and some people try to cyberbully me. They try to get to me with words, but that doesn't really work."
When asked by Winfrey if she thought her peers were jealous, Paris said: "Maybe, I don't know."
Mostly, a very cool and poised Paris talked about her dad and how much she still thinks of him. "I just like, remember something, and I smile," the teenager said.